Hotel Acadie

Rue d'Aulnay, Gonesse, Île-de-France, 95500, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gonesse

Look out Paris sidewalks

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald

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... from home because I'm not in a hotel and I've no idea where to tell them to pick me up. Part of tomorrow's mission as I walk my way to the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.
Beautiful shawls and scarves to choose from. Thought of Bill, he will be laughing that I won't buy because I'm not going to lump them 880km on my back!
My dinner was divine. French onion soup like I've never tasted, fish that was average and chocolate mousse - ...

Travelling from Amsterdam to Berlin

A travel blog entry by kag

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... as well as Frites with mayonnaise, falafel rolls, noodles and for the lids and john, Waffles with cream and chocolate. This is a trip of walking and eating. 7/1/14 Darbi's birthday. Leave from Amstam Centraal at 9.01 am, and travel by DB Bahn to Berlin. No WIFI again! Time for sleep, reading, practising Deutsch and watching as the flat green fields, canals, bike riding and windmills morph into more hills, more urban areas, more ...

Travelling from Paris to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by kag

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... a public holiday, the Metro is crowded. However, it is similar to the tube, and we can easily navigate our way to Ligne 4 and Chatelat, then follow Elodie's treasure map directions to find her apartment. I say easily, but we had to carry our bags up and down so many stairs........onto other train platforms and through these deadly doors like a sideways guillotine, where you have to push your bags through before they are beheaded. We found her address in the ...

A Pedestrian In Paris

A travel blog entry by lucyando

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... executions, and down to the Archaeological Crypt underneath Notre Dame. It is the ruins of the original city of Paris, from roman times and prior. It was fascinating to see how Paris has changed from then to now and to see ruins that have been there for thousands of years. You just don't see buildings like that in Australia. I spent the evening browsing tourist brochures ...

Friday the 13th

A travel blog entry by suejohnston22

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... in Dan Brown's da Vinci Code. They have a life sized replica of the Shroud of Turin which was quite amazing. After meeting up with Bree we then went on to visit one of the largest cemeteries in Paris, the Pere Lachaise cemetery. It is Friday the thirteenth after all and quite appropriate. Opened in 1804, Pere-Lachaise is today one of the world's largest and most famous cemeteries. It consists of tens of thousands of ...

Location

This hotel, located on Rue d'Aulnay, Gonesse, is near Basilique de St-Denis, Air and Space Museum (Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace), Les Bains du Marais, and Agnes B.
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